Heart and Cardiovascular

  1. No. 1 killer getting even deadlier (How to PROTECT yourself!)

    Despite innovative new tech and prevention, deaths from heart disease just keep rising.

    Mainstream medicine seems like it's at a complete loss for how to defeat it.

    But there ARE ways—it’s just that mainstream doesn’t like to share the spotlight (or profits) with natural medicine.

    And today, I’m going to let you in on heart disease's weaknesses so YOU don’t become a statistic…

    SLASH your risk of heart disease

    Prior to 2012, death rates were decreasing... for THREE DECADES! 

    But that has all changed…

    A study by Northwestern Medicine has revealed death rates to heart disease are rising—and the reason for this change is statistics is sobering.

    It has nothing to do with the world at large or evil corporations. 

    No; this something that’s completely within your control... 

    The lead researchers in the study propose the rapid increase in deaths is due to two things: obesity and diabetes. 

    Their biggest fear is it's only going to get worse. 

    And it will -- unless you start doing some (very simple) interventions for your health…

    The best two things you can do to combat obesity and diabetes are pretty common sense; keep your weight in check and get your blood sugar under control.

    You can take care of these 100 percent naturally, aka you don't need drugs. 

    Instead, check out the single, best diet I've ever found for weight loss, diabetes prevention, and so many other chronic conditions: the Paleo Diet.

    Rather than focusing on what you can't eat... or unwisely restricting yourself to a few foods, the Paleo Diet lets you eat whatever you want as long as you follow these simple rules:

    1) Ditch processed foods and excess sugar;

    2) Eat fresh, whole foods; and

    3) Prioritize protein and vegetables

    Accomplishing this is even easier than you might think…

    Limit yourself to the perimeter of the grocery aisle (this is where supermarkets usually keep all the REAL, non-processed foods). You can also eat nuts, seeds, and fruit in moderation.

    Your diet will take care of the vast majority of your heart health woes, but you need to back it up with exercise.

    Once again, exercise can be a lot easier than you think. There's no need to run 20 miles on a treadmill… 

    You can protect your heart by walking briskly for 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week. Time, intensity, and consistency are the key to getting the most of this mild form of exercise. 

    You can also bike, swim, garden, dance, or even clean your house. Just be sure you're getting a solid 30 minutes of exercise.

    Take THIS for extra support

    Once you’ve got diet and exercise down, consider adding resveratrol to your routine. It’s one of my favorite ways to keep the heart in tip-top shape.  

    Resveratrol is a lipid-soluble antioxidant found in red wine... but more specifically dark-skinned, seeded grapes.

    A meta-analysis of existing studies found resveratrol can help you melt fat—and even increase your lean muscle mass.

    In one study, people with high blood sugar levels drank red wine, white wine, or mineral water. Researchers found the people who improved their blood sugar levels most were the red wine-drinkers. 

    These benefits are attributed to red wine's antioxidant secret, resveratrol.

    You’ll see the greatest impact in supplement form!

    To Your Health,

    Dr. Glenn S. Rothfeld, M.D.

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  2. The 2 easiest steps to AVOID a heart attack

    "All roads lead to Rome."

    Rome needed roads to keep its empire in order. Naturally, this meant every road led back to Rome -- especially since it was the force responsible for building the roads.

    And when it comes to your body, it's easiest to think, "All roads lead to my heart".

    That’s because every bit of your blood flows through your heart... and your heart has to pump it through the entirety of your body. Plus, your veins serve as visible "roads." 

    It’s no wonder that most heart disease prevention addresses the heart itself.

    But today I want to show two incredibly easy things you can do to prevent a heart attack that, surprisingly, don't have anything to do with your heart!

    What the latest study REVEALS about heart attacks

    Our body systems are not separate. They're very much dependent on each other. 

    And that important relationship is exactly what this latest study showed…

    Researchers looked at 84 people with a history of heart attacks or who had received a transplant and 266 comparable healthy people. 

    There were two differences between the groups:

    1. The first was the healthier group had more robust gut bacteria in their guts -- more strains and more bacteria. 
    2. The second came down to a humble nutrient; the researchers revealed fiber is key to a healthy heart! In the study, heart attack victims had a low-fiber diet. 

    Given this groundbreaking information, this gives you an EXCELLENT starting point to make some easy yet IMPACTFUL changes to protect your ticker. 

    As much as science has recognized probiotics as beneficial, they simply won't work as well without fiber. Fiber is their food source…

    And an army without a good food supply simply can't get anything done!

    Now, the scientists in the study recommend cereals, fruits, and vegetables as the best sources of fiber.

    Your goal should be 25-29 grams of fiber a day, but I don't recommend cereal -- or cereal grasses for that matter. 

    If you're following my favorite healthy diet, Paleo (where you eat only the foods your ancestors ate), you're probably doing well in the fiber department -- as long as you're getting plenty of vegetables.

    If not, or even if you are, here are a few ideas:

    • A cup of almonds will give you 11 grams of fiber. Almonds are one of the more densely-packed fiber options, but shouldn't be your primary source.
    • A cup of broccoli will add another 3 grams, kale another 2.5 grams. 
    • If you want to eat fruit like one of the study's authors suggests, berries are the best source. Since they're so small, there's plenty of skin and flesh where fiber likes to hide. Even better, they're typically low in sugar.
  3. Should you take this ED drug after a heart attack?

    Erectile dysfunction and heart failure are related. Now, Big Pharma suggests an ED drug if you’ve had heart failure. But take another look at this “easy solution” and you may not be so convinced...
  4. [URGENT WARNING] “Darling” antibiotic can cause your aorta to EXPLODE

    A dangerous antibiotic that’s prescribed more than 30 million times annually has been found to cause DEADLY problems. Skip it for these safe cures instead...
  5. DOUSE your heartburn with this natural “candy”

    It’s that time of year again!  You know, when it’s almost IMPOSSIBLE to avoid overeating.  There’s turkey and all the fixings at Thanksgiving… Christmas hams and cookies … and all of those holiday dinner parties with friends.   And before long, you start to “feeling the flames”... and I’m not talking about the Yule Log.   Nope, it’s that heartburn fire in your stomach – and it can burn all the way up into your throat.   Luckily, there’s a natural “candy”...
  6. This easy-to-spot wrinkle is a “red flag” for deadly heart disease

    Let’s face it, every time you check your reflection there could be another new wrinkle staring back at you.  Maybe you’ve even learned to ignore them.  But you’ll want to take a closer look after you read this…  Because ONE type of wrinkle isn’t just an annoying part of getting older – it’s actually an important sign of hidden heart disease.  The sign to look for...
  7. How to keep your heart SAFE (Even if you’re eating JUNK)

    In some ways, I’m like a lot of doctors – I’m always preaching to my patients about the importance of eating well. But I secretly wonder how many of them leave my office and make a bee-line for the McDonald’s drive-through. Believe me, I get it… sort of. We’re surrounded by fast food and processed “convenience” foods that promise to...
  8. “Forbidden” food SLASHES heart attack risk

    So-called health “experts” have been trying to get you to quit red meat for YEARS. They’d stamp a skull and crossbones right on your porterhouse if they could! They’ll even tell you that red meat can cause everything from heart disease to cancer. The only problem? It’s all LIES and propaganda – and a new study proves it. In fact...
  9. The hysterectomy risk women are NEVER warned about

    Ladies, if you’re living with a condition like fibroids or endometriosis, you know how excruciating it can be. And when you’re doubled over in pain, having your uterus removed may sound like the relief you’ve been waiting for. Take my uterus… PLEASE! But according to a new study, you should think twice before having a hysterectomy — because it could...
  10. Firing up the grill? Read this first

    There’s nothing like a juicy, perfectly charred piece of meat for dinner, is there? And if you’re like me (and half of Americans are), Labor Day’s passing won’t stop you from grilling! But whether you’re a year-round grilling master or a summertime BBQ champ, there’s a trick to cooking your tri-tip or rib rack that you need to know before...

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